St. John’s and other local UU churches are collaborating to present a joint service. You’re invited.
Topic: Upcoming Servies
We are excited to share time together Sunday making a maypole in the front yard and reflecting while walking a temporary labyrinth in the parking lot. Please join us.
We’ll be virtual at 11 and the activity part of service should start before 11:30. We … read more.
Can you build a bridge while you’re self-isolating? We think so. Enjoy another virtual service on St. John’s YouTube Channel, available at 9 a.m. Sunday.
St John’s continues with its virtual services. Please keep up with all of our virtual activities on our YouTube channel at https://www.youtube.com/channel/UCKq8-4vQg-di9N552uUrwOw.
This week Reverend Mitra will share her sermon, Peng Cheng will provide music, and congregants will offer a special chalice lighting.
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Dear St. John’s Members and Friends,
St. John’s UU hosts its first version of a virtual service March 15, 2020, to protect congregants’ health and to prevent potential spread of COVID-19.
By 9 a.m. Sunday, (these will not show til then) you will find four videos that … read more.
Our seven UU principles are more than affirmations of our beliefs. They are a call to action. They call us to enact change in the world so all people can realize their “inherent worth and dignity.” Specifically, our principles call us to use “the democratic … read more.
Written on the walls of our church are the words, “Sanctuary and Service Since 1814.” Looking back to history is one way of knowing who we are. Looking forward with an understanding of the past and a hope for the future makes us who we … read more.
Visiting our partner church in Transylvania was a journey of more than miles. We are made different through the pilgrimage. Today we will explore the ways the soul changes, stays the same, and dances in community with friends old and new.
Today we will revisit the well loved seasonal classic in the context of our Unitarian identity and history.